Removable fall restraint anchors09 June, 2009 | Supplied by: Cannings Outdoor Power Equipment
The ISC range of fall protection anchor devices has been expanded with the release of the Girder Grip for use in structural steel and the Dyvidag for use in structural concrete. Both are EN795 approved as removable portable anchor devices for use in the construction industry.
Roof access walkway system09 June, 2009 | Supplied by: Sayfa Group
The On-Trak Walkway System, with its ease of installation, lightweight construction and non-slip surface, provides a maintenance-free solution to roof access and safety walkways for commercial and industrial roofs.
FPW Step platforms09 June, 2009 | Supplied by: Fluidminds Pty Ltd
The FPW Step Platform range is designed and manufactured specifically to increase safety while working at heights. They are lightweight and easy to move and erect.
MEC 3072 and 3772 Rough Terrain scissor lifts09 June, 2009 | Supplied by: Nifty Pty Ltd
The MEC 3072 and 3772 Rough Terrain scissor lifts are designed to handle a variety of off-slab applications including steep grades.
Horizontal lifeline system09 June, 2009 | Supplied by: 3M Fall Protection
The evolution 200 horizontal lifeline system addresses the needs of inadequate overhead anchorage structures and lengthy spans found in applications that require horizontal mobility such as truck, bus, railcar and crane rail inspection and maintenance.
Vertical lifeline system09 June, 2009 | Supplied by: 3M Fall Protection
The DBI-Sala Mastsayf Flexible Cable System provides a fall protection solution for persons climbing electrical and telecommunications towers.
Personal and portable lift21 May, 2009 | Supplied by: http://www.liftpod.com
JLG Industries, Inc., an Oshkosh Corporation company and manufacturer of aerial work platforms and telescopic material handlers, has available the JLG LiftPod, a portable aerial work platform designed to replace the ladder.
Fall arrest inspection tagging — safety help or safety hazard?15 May, 2009
It might come as a surprise to discover that workplace accidents can occur just as easily from employers trying to do the right thing as they can from not following correct procedures.
Fine and compensation over service lift fatality12 May, 2009
A company that operated an Adelaide function centre has been fined and ordered to pay compensation to the sons of a man killed by a service lift on its premises.
Construction safety inspections reveal problems with falls and electricity27 April, 2009
A WorkSafe inspection program of construction sites in Western Australia has revealed some areas of concern, but also some good standards of compliance.
Investigation into 13-storey equipment fall19 March, 2009
SafeWork SA is investigating an incident that occurred last Monday in Pirie Street, Adelaide, where equipment fell from the 13th storey of a building under construction.
Warning to check condition of work platforms09 March, 2009
The poor condition of scaffolding on a construction site caused a man to fall and sustain serious injuries, prompting warnings from the WA Department of Commence.
Update on Prahran scaffold collapse26 February, 2009
WorkSafe Victoria issued three safety improvement notices following a scaffold collapse in in Melbourne and issued a warning to employers to ensure their workplace is safe for both workers and the community.
Tower harness23 February, 2009
The Miller by Sperian Revolution Tower Harness is a versatile harness that is suitable for work positioning and confined space rescue.
Small and medium construction must build safety into the mix15 January, 2009
WorkSafe Victoria will be focusing on the construction and utilities industries in 2009, after that sector was responsible for nearly half of the state's recorded work-related deaths last year. WorkSafe has released a list of safety priorities based on last year's incidents.